Interesting Webcams

If you’re like me, sometimes you just want to look at other places.  Not in a voyeuristic kind of way, but just because of a sense of curiosity.  Some webcams are co-located with a personal weather tracking system for a household, some webcams are in cities and you can look at the street views, some webcams are at ski resorts and allows you to look at the snow conditions before plunking down a small fortune for a single day lift ticket.  ($120 at Vail for Thanksgiving Saturday!)

Ski Resort Webcams


I like these sites because you can click on the location you’re interested in, and can see the current conditions:LA Webcams


People watching is one of my favorite activities, and where better to people watch than in a city?  Here are just a few people watching webcams:

  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • Navy Pier Chicago
  • San Francisco

 National Park Webcams

We have some amazing parks to visit throughout the United States.  Here are webcams from just some of these National Parks:


In a landlocked state like Colorado, sometimes you just NEED to see the ocean.  Here are some webcams with beach views:

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